Cadillac Converj Rises From The Dead at Beijing Auto Show

Cadillac Converj Rises From The Dead at Beijing Auto Show

Cadillac‘s Converj electric car, reported to be dead, has made an appearance at his year’s Beijing Auto Show, sparking speculation that the opulent alternative fuel vehicle is still alive and kicking.

The Converj, which mates the Chevrolet Volt’s electric powertrain with the features and amenities of a Cadillac, can travel about 40 miles on electric power alone, and then uses a gasoline motor for propulsion. The car can be plugged in to recharge its batteries as well. And did we mention it looks awesome?

While Bloomberg had reported in March of this year that GM had decided against producing the Converj, its Beijing appearance suggests that their may be renewed interest for the luxury hybrid. So pass the rumor along: the ConverJ isn’t dead yet.

GALLERY: Cadillac Converj


  • student

    Make up your mind GM

    As long as it’s a good car like V.W. hatch line is and BMW mini line is the Cadillac Converj will certainly sell well

    The car look’s stunning
    Build it!!

  • student

    Keep the grills the way they look in the concept along with the lines on the doors the cars look massively better with